Posts Tagged ‘ Golden Era ’

Big Mouth vs. You Talk too much

Big Mouth – Whodini (1984) Big Mouth was released in 1984 by Whodini for their second album “Escape” The song seems to be pointed at a specific person, starting with a rumor being spread about Whodini about something they did (Or supposed to have done) The cool thing about the song is right off of…

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Podcast – Kwame

The Podcast is back with Hip Hop Pioneer, Producer, and Geek Kwame!!! Join me and The Boy Genius As we discuss: The Golden Era The State of Hip Hop Kwame’s production Writing the rhymes for BBD’s Poison Algebra Blessett Geekmodeonline.com DC vs. Marvel … Shazam vs. Superman Sneakers And a lot more … even a…

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Top 25 Female Emcees of Hip Hop (1983 – 1993)

Counting down the top 25 female emcees of the Diamond and Golden Era … that’s 1983 – 1993, so there wont be any Lil Kim or Mia x, or Lady of rage here. These are the pioneers and I wanted to shine a light on women and their lyrical contributions to Hip Hop, I tried…

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15 Greatest 12″ singles in Hip Hop

Diamond and Golden Era was the focus here (1983 – 1993), the only other criteria was the single had to have another/different song on the other side (We’re talking vinyl here) There are tons of dope singles in Hip Hop history so I tried to go with two sided releases where both songs were dope…

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Podcast: Hip Hop Roundtable II

    Hip Hop Roundtable Part II! The continuation of the conversation with @12Kyle and @RashanJamal PART ONE HERE The three of us discuss Golden, Silver, and BronzeHip Hop music including: Self Destruction Flavor in your ear remix Big and Jay-Z Redman and the Def Squad Still not agreeing on anything, there’s some questionable opinions…

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The Diss: How ya Like Me Now (Kool Moe Dee)

Kool Moe Dee rocked with The Treacherous Three and had a legendary battle with Busy Bee (If you’re here on this site, you already know this) In 1987 Kool Moe Dee dropped his “How ya like me now” album and if you looked REALLY Closely …if you were paying attention you’d see LL Cool J’s…

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1988 The GREATEST year in Hip Hop Music

I’ve designated The Golden Era of Hip Hop 1983 – 1988 a 5 year span, thought process is every year a good album or song came out cannot be the Golden Era and that in changes and shifts in the Hip Hop content so should the era Golden Era – Gold Chains and Sneakers Silver…

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Record and Response: Dear Yvette

Back in 1985 LL Cool J released his debut album “Radio” a Hip Hop Classic, on the first side the third song was “Dear Yvette” The song was about a woman who … was basically a slore lol Basically LL was reporting, spreading, and confirming the Rumors that were going around about young Yvette: “See…

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